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The Hindu
BCI suspends 126 protesting lawyerscourt boycott. In an unprecedented action, the Bar Council of India (BCI) has
BCI suspends 126 protesting lawyers
The Hindu / Posted 16 hours ago
court boycott. In an unprecedented action, the Bar Council of India (BCI) has suspended from its rolls 126 lawyers in Tamil Nadu, including office-bearers of some Bar associations, who have been at the forefront of the ongoing court... Read more
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The Hindu
BCI suspends 126 protesting lawyersIn an unprecedented action, the Bar Council of India (BCI) has suspended from i
BCI suspends 126 protesting lawyers
The Hindu / Posted yesterday
In an unprecedented action, the Bar Council of India (BCI) has suspended from its rolls 126 lawyers in Tamil Nadu, including office-bearers of some Bar associations, who have been at the forefront of the ongoing court boycott. The suspended... Read more
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dna
Bar Council of India suspends 126 Tamil Nadu lawyersThe Bar Council of India on Sunday suspended 126 lawyers of Tamil Nadu and proh
Bar Council of India suspends 126 Tamil Nadu lawyers
dna / Posted yesterday
The Bar Council of India on Sunday suspended 126 lawyers of Tamil Nadu and prohibited them from practising in any court or tribunal in the country pursuant to its warning that it will suspend those who indulge in boycott and other activities. The... Read more
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The Hindu
Green with Manushenthusiastic bunch of people and plenty of hard work — this is what it took to
Green with Manush
The Hindu / Posted 3 days ago
enthusiastic bunch of people and plenty of hard work — this is what it took to create a bird sanctuary on a lakebed in Tamil Nadu. At 6 a.m. every Sunday, for seven consecutive months, about 150 men, women, and children gathered at the polluted... Read more
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The Hindu
Highlights of Tamil Nadu Budgetin women quota. Various measures have been announced for continuous drinking w
Highlights of Tamil Nadu Budget
The Hindu / Posted 4 days ago
in women quota. Various measures have been announced for continuous drinking water supply to all. In 2015-16, the Tamil nadu economy grew by 8.79 per cent. For a clean Tamil Nadu, the government has decided to built 7.66 lakh house... Read more
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The Hindu
Highlights of Tamil Nadu Budgetconsecutive time. Highlights A scheme will be implemented for unemployed yout
Highlights of Tamil Nadu Budget
The Hindu / Posted 5 days ago
consecutive time. Highlights A scheme will be implemented for unemployed youths. It has been decided to host Investors Forum in the year 2017. The government has decided to give laptops to over 5 lakh students. It has been decided to revamp... Read more
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The Hindu
‘Larger conspiracy at play’probe into the alleged torture of the Salem-based activist inside the prison.
‘Larger conspiracy at play’
The Hindu / Posted 7 days ago
probe into the alleged torture of the Salem-based activist inside the prison. Mr. Piyush, convenor of Salem Citizen’s forum, was arrested along with two others on July 8 after they protested against the construction of an overbridge by the... Read more
7d
Daily News
MR taking party men for a ride: Shanmembers of the SLFP as a shield. It is quite similar to the last hour attempt o
MR taking party men for a ride: Shan
Daily News / Posted 7 days ago
members of the SLFP as a shield. It is quite similar to the last hour attempt of LTTE leader Prabhakaran using innocent Tamil people as a human buffer to protect him from the looming defeat before the government forces in the last phase of war... Read more
9d
Hindustantimes.com
Activists protest after Salem’s Green Warrior ‘beaten in prison’Activists and social welfare workers across Tamil Nadu are up in arms after pol
Activists protest after Salem’s Green Warrior ‘beaten in prison’
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 9 days ago
Activists and social welfare workers across Tamil Nadu are up in arms after policemen in Salem reportedly beat up prominent environmental activist Piyush Sethia in jail on Friday. Sethia was arrested on July 8 after chaining himself to a road-roller... Read more
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The Hindu
Activist’s wife says he was beaten up in prisonby officials and said that extreme violations of human rights had taken place.
Activist’s wife says he was beaten up in prison
The Hindu / Posted 9 days ago
by officials and said that extreme violations of human rights had taken place. Addressing mediapersons at Salem Citizen’s Forum office here on Saturday, she said Mr. Manush was depressed and could not speak frankly to her in the prison as police... Read more
9d
The Economic Times
Unilaterally deducting dues from State govts 'unacceptable': Tamil NaduCHENNAI: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa today welcomed the draft of t
Unilaterally deducting dues from State govts 'unacceptable': Tamil Nadu
The Economic Times / Posted 9 days ago
CHENNAI: Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J Jayalalithaa today welcomed the draft of the Centre-State Investment Agreement, but termed as unacceptable it's move to deduct dues from state governments, saying it was trying to pass on financial burden to... Read more
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10d
The Hindu
Chennai todayand presentation of prizes, K-8, Arumbakkam Police Boys and Girls Club, MMDA Co
Chennai today
The Hindu / Posted 10 days ago
and presentation of prizes, K-8, Arumbakkam Police Boys and Girls Club, MMDA Colony, 6 p.m. Senior Citizens Support Forum: Meeting, Russian Centre of Science and Culture, Kasturi Ranga Rd., Alwarpet, 4-30 p.m. Tamil Nadu Udavikkaram... Read more
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The Hindu
Learn from Baltic Sea conventions to end fishermen row: legal experttreaties and conventions on the Baltic Sea may provide answers to find a soluti
Learn from Baltic Sea conventions to end fishermen row: legal expert
The Hindu / Posted 12 days ago
treaties and conventions on the Baltic Sea may provide answers to find a solution to the fishermen problem between India (Tamil Nadu) and Sri Lanka(Northern Province), according to Nirmala Chandrahasan, veteran legal expert. Answering a number of... Read more
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The Financial Express
4DX, IMAX to VIP, how movie watching is undergoing a dramatic makeoverpurely for blockbuster films like Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, The Jungl
4DX, IMAX to VIP, how movie watching is undergoing a dramatic makeover
The Financial Express / Posted 16 days ago
purely for blockbuster films like Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, The Jungle Book, etc. We first launched it in 2012 at Forum Mall in Bengaluru and then at Phoenix Mall in Mumbai. Now, we are glad to bring it to Delhi-NCR,” says Sanjeev Kumar... Read more
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dna
New environment minister Anil Dave faces steep challenges aheadDave's is an interesting choice as he has been associated with river conservati
New environment minister Anil Dave faces steep challenges ahead
dna / Posted 19 days ago
Dave's is an interesting choice as he has been associated with river conservation causes and was a part of a parliamentary forum on global warming and climate change. Besides, he was also a member of the parliamentary standing committee on science... Read more
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International Business Times
Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016: Winners and shortlisted images 2015 / Chennai. "This picture, taken in Chennai, the biggest metropolis of Sout
Environmental Photographer of the Year 2016: Winners and shortlisted images
International Business Times / Posted 27 days ago
2015 / Chennai. "This picture, taken in Chennai, the biggest metropolis of South India and the capital city of the state of Tamil Nadu, shows the type of damage that a combination of man-made and natural forces is wreaking on the coastline.... Read more
29d
Daily News
Shedding IUU fishing for better timesand to marine biodiversity in the world’s oceans”. Fisheries expert Dr. Steve
Shedding IUU fishing for better times
Daily News / Posted 29 days ago
and to marine biodiversity in the world’s oceans”. Fisheries expert Dr. Steve Creech in the meantime who addressed the forum - “India-Sri Lanka relations in the 21st century” - organised by the Bandaranaike Centre for International Studies... Read more
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Sunday Observer
SLPI welcomes Parliament�s passing of the 2016 Right of Access to Information (RTI) Billof Sri Lanka, the Free Media Movement, the Sri Lanka Working Journalists Associ
SLPI welcomes Parliament�s passing of the 2016 Right of Access to Information (RTI) Bill
Sunday Observer / Posted 30 days ago
of Sri Lanka, the Free Media Movement, the Sri Lanka Working Journalists Association and affiliates viz., the Sri Lanka Tamil Media Alliance, the Muslim Media Forum, the Federation of Media Employees Trade Unions and the South Asia Free Media... Read more

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